Versions - Different performances of the song by the same artist
Compilations - Other albums which feature this performance of the song
Covers - Performances of a song with the same name by different artists
Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo
Friend Of The Devil
Brown Eyed Women
Let It Grow
Playing In The Band ->
Not Fade Away ->
Around And Around
One More Saturday Night
Sony 54P>Cassette Master>Cool Edit 2000>CD (Recorded by Bob Wagner)
Not Fade Away patched from 6:44 - 7:04
-- Dat to CD transfer done October 1999
-- Sounds better than other circulating copies I have heard
-- Thanks to Bob Wagner and David Minches for the patch source
Dat (Tascam DA20) -> Behringer UltraMatch SRC2000 ->
April 15, 2019 Subject:
Brown Eyed Women ?
I like the show and the sound is good but the B.E. Women has such a strange beat. I can't even tap my foot along with the drums, not sure why they were playing it this way.
June 2, 2017 Subject:
Nothing at all wrong with this one. The Dead did a wonderful college run through this spring; this one's short, compact, and surprisingly tight, given the loosey-goose approach the band took ,almost deliberately dismantling the perfected '77 sound.
First set - check the weird timing on Brown-Eyed Women - the crowd perhaps can't tell if the Devils are just having a bad night, but they keep it going, and we get what's up. Like the double-time on FOTD, the rhythm section took some unusual chances in '78. Let it Grow is really a high-energy creation.
Sunrise is fun, but that song contains what is easily the worst lyric in the history of the Grateful Dead ("I remember breezes from winds inside your body keep me high." - ??? Seriously, Donna?) Second set comes alive with Playin' - listen to Bobby in particular here. They play with an almost ferocious, frantic energy that ends far, far too soon....the Dew everyone talks about is good, really good, but nothing utterly amazing...fun to hear in the '78 context.
A worthy addition to this great tour -
July 10, 2015 Subject:
This is a killer show with high energy and exceptional playing.very nice half-step opener starts a gr8 first set.set 2 is just awesome with a gr8 playin'.the nfa>morning dew is off the charts.a must listen despite sunrise..lol.
June 28, 2011 Subject:
Searching for the Sound...
Fantastic performance, jaw-dropping audio quality. (Mr. Miller, you are a God....)
For those of you in the right "frame of mind" searching for THE show to listen to, this one will not disappoint.
Good luck in treetops. :-)
September 24, 2009 Subject:
Wonderful sound and musiciianship. C Miller does it again.
November 15, 2008 Subject: